About the organisation
About the role
Cleaning Accountability Framework (CAF) is a world-first, game-changing organisation that exists to end the exploitation of vulnerable workers and to promote human rights and responsible business practices in the property services industry.
CAF works with the union, government, academia, and the property services industry to protect and advance the rights of cleaners in Australia, and to address modern slavery risk in supply chains. Specifically, CAF has developed and promotes an industry-leading Standard that is used to assess property assets through the CAF Certification Scheme.
The CAF Certification Scheme provides a credible framework to measure social compliance within the cleaning industry. Investors, property owners, building managers, cleaning contractors and tenants benefit from improved procurement processes and reduced risks, while cleaners are assured of fair pay and decent working conditions.
Benefits & Culture
- End exploitation in the property services industry
- Generous salary and 12% super
- 6 weeks’ annual leave
- Progressive working environment
As one of the Compliance Officers you will be responsible for project managing the certification process with supply chain stakeholders. You will assess workplaces, identify labour rights issues and detail steps for investigating and/or remediation. As part of the certification process, you will liaise with businesses in the property services industry, the CAF Certification Panel, and the union on labour rights issues.
A key part of the role is to build and maintain relationships with stakeholders regarding ongoing compliance processes, and provide general oversight of CAF activities, to the executive team.
Managing the compliance database, project management platform, applications and files is also an important part of the role.
You will ideally have base line experience within industrial relations, human and/or labour rights, having worked within this area for at least two years and possess a passion for upholding workers’ rights.
A background in research and /or a knowledge of employment law would be beneficial as would your experience working within a process driven environment.
You will have highly developed interpersonal and administration skills, and the proven ability to communicate with stakeholders, and work both independently and as part of a team.
Additionally, you have:
- Postgraduate tertiary qualifications or undergrad qualifications
- Strong analytical skills and/or experience with data analysis/data science
If you are passionate about labour rights or addressing modern slavery risk, then please submit your expression of interest including a cover letter responding to the skills required above and a resume. Alternatively call Hayley Martin on 02 8243 0570 to discuss your interest.
Please note there is no formal closing date for this role, if you are interested we would encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
How to apply
Please quote in application: Compliance Officers via Pro Bono Australia.
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